NYC elects commie, again. Point and laugh harder folks

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DeBlasio tried to do away with test-based admissions to NYC's elite high schools in order to correct the severe melanin deficiencies.

Nope... no such thing as yellow guilt. The chinks slapped his shit down.

Dems: "don't bring the bottom up, bring the top down"
 

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Dems: "don't bring the bottom up, bring the top down"

And yet, the yellow cyborgs will keep hitting the D lever in the voting booth. They're as bad as the Jews with their retarded slavish, self-destructive loyalty to a party that hates their success, and punishes them for it whenever possible.
 

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One good thing about Billy Dee, he sure did inadvertently expose the hypocrisy of his constituents with this little stunt

‘Billionaires’ Row’ residents sue city to block homeless shelter
By David K. Li
Residents of Manhattan’s “Billionaires’ Row” filed a lawsuit against the city on Monday in an attempt to stop a homeless shelter opening in their Midtown neighborhood.

The West 58th Street Coalition claimed, in its Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit, that the proposed shelter at the old Park Savoy Hotel is not up modern safety standards and would pose a danger to both its homeless residents and neighbors.

“That is why emergency relief is urgently needed now to prevent this shelter from opening imminently,” according to the complaint.

The project at 158 W. 58th St. was announced in February, and the city has ignored fire, crime, construction and asbestos issues, the neighborhood activists claimed.

“Not only is the building unsafe, but crime and loitering” caused by the project will lead to “irreparable injuries that have been found to warrant emergency injunctive relief to block the opening of a homeless shelter,” the lawsuit said.

A rep for the New York City Law Department said he hadn’t seen lawsuit Monday night and couldn’t immediately comment.
 

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Border Protection says NYC mayor de Blasio crossed border illegally
By Katherine Lam | Fox News

Border Patrol claims de Blasio illegally crossed border
Border protection claims the New York City mayor and Austin's Mayor Adler illegally crossed the border between Mexico and the U.S. William La Jeunesse has the story.
Border Patrol agents were reportedly unable to stop a brazen illegal crossing into the United States last month -- by the mayor of New York City.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s visit to the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas violated both Mexican and U.S. immigration laws when he and his security detail illegally crossed the border, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a letter obtained by Fox News.
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De Blasio to Trump: NYC will protect illegal immigrants
The letter, sent June 25, stated de Blasio and his security detail, run by the New York Police Department, illegally crossed the border near El Paso on June 21. The mayor and his security detail were spotted taking photos by a Border Patrol agent on the Rio Grande River flood plain south of the Tornillo, Texas, Port of Entry.
They reportedly had been denied entrance to a holding facility for immigrant children.
The agent approached a group of 10 to 12 people and asked if they received authorization from a Border Patrol or public affairs officer to be in the area. New York Police Department inspector Howard Redmond was with de Blasio and the group did not have a Border Patrol agent or public affairs officer with them, according to the letter.
When asked how they entered the vicinity, the group pointed toward Mexico.
“The agent informed the group that they had illegally crossed the United States/Mexico Border at a place other than a designated port of entry and that this was a violation of federal law,” the letter read.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio looks through a closed gate at the Port of Entry facility, in Fabens, Texas, where tent shelters are being used to house separated family members.. (AP)
The agent ordered the group to remain at the scene, but they disregarded the request and walked across a river bed and back into Mexico. The agent had left to get a supervisor to take the group to an official crossing for an inspection per federal law.
DE BLASIO: 'PROFOUNDLY RACIST' TRUMP 'LIVING OUT A TABLOID APPROACH' TO THE WH
Just before 4 p.m. on the same day, a vehicle carrying de Blasio, Redmond and the rest of the group arrived at the Tornillo Port of Entry to head back into the U.S., the letter stated.
Aaron Hull, the chief patrol agent for the Border Patrol's El Paso Sector, had sent the letter to NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill.
The office of Austin Mayor Steve Adler told Fox News in a statement that de Blasio and his security detail “were neither apprehended nor detained.”
“They observed a border patrol agent briefly speak with a United States law enforcement officer and then the agent left,” the statement added.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks alongside a group of other U.S. mayors during a news conference outside a holding facility for immigrant children in Tornillo, Texas. (AP)
De Blasio’s spokesman, Eric Phillips, said in a statement to Fox News the mayor and his security detail had received direct approval to cross “at this port of entry,” despite what the letter described.
"The Mayor crossed the border with the direct approval and under the supervision of the border patrol supervisor at this port of entry. Any suggestion otherwise is a flat out lie and an obvious attempt by someone to attack the Mayor because of his advocacy for families being ripped apart at the border by the Trump Administration,” Phillips said.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection could not immediately be reached for comment.
De Blasio has been a staunch critic of Trump and his immigration policies. He vowed to protect all illegal immigrants in New York City when Trump was elected president in 2016.
De Blasio was visiting the U.S.-Mexico border with about 20 other mayors from across the nation when the alleged incident occurred.
 

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Border Protection says NYC mayor de Blasio crossed border illegally
By Katherine Lam | Fox News

Border Patrol claims de Blasio illegally crossed border
Border protection claims the New York City mayor and Austin's Mayor Adler illegally crossed the border between Mexico and the U.S. William La Jeunesse has the story.
Border Patrol agents were reportedly unable to stop a brazen illegal crossing into the United States last month -- by the mayor of New York City.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s visit to the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas violated both Mexican and U.S. immigration laws when he and his security detail illegally crossed the border, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a letter obtained by Fox News.
Video
De Blasio to Trump: NYC will protect illegal immigrants
The letter, sent June 25, stated de Blasio and his security detail, run by the New York Police Department, illegally crossed the border near El Paso on June 21. The mayor and his security detail were spotted taking photos by a Border Patrol agent on the Rio Grande River flood plain south of the Tornillo, Texas, Port of Entry.
They reportedly had been denied entrance to a holding facility for immigrant children.
The agent approached a group of 10 to 12 people and asked if they received authorization from a Border Patrol or public affairs officer to be in the area. New York Police Department inspector Howard Redmond was with de Blasio and the group did not have a Border Patrol agent or public affairs officer with them, according to the letter.
When asked how they entered the vicinity, the group pointed toward Mexico.
“The agent informed the group that they had illegally crossed the United States/Mexico Border at a place other than a designated port of entry and that this was a violation of federal law,” the letter read.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio looks through a closed gate at the Port of Entry facility, in Fabens, Texas, where tent shelters are being used to house separated family members.. (AP)
The agent ordered the group to remain at the scene, but they disregarded the request and walked across a river bed and back into Mexico. The agent had left to get a supervisor to take the group to an official crossing for an inspection per federal law.
DE BLASIO: 'PROFOUNDLY RACIST' TRUMP 'LIVING OUT A TABLOID APPROACH' TO THE WH
Just before 4 p.m. on the same day, a vehicle carrying de Blasio, Redmond and the rest of the group arrived at the Tornillo Port of Entry to head back into the U.S., the letter stated.
Aaron Hull, the chief patrol agent for the Border Patrol's El Paso Sector, had sent the letter to NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill.
The office of Austin Mayor Steve Adler told Fox News in a statement that de Blasio and his security detail “were neither apprehended nor detained.”
“They observed a border patrol agent briefly speak with a United States law enforcement officer and then the agent left,” the statement added.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks alongside a group of other U.S. mayors during a news conference outside a holding facility for immigrant children in Tornillo, Texas. (AP)
De Blasio’s spokesman, Eric Phillips, said in a statement to Fox News the mayor and his security detail had received direct approval to cross “at this port of entry,” despite what the letter described.
"The Mayor crossed the border with the direct approval and under the supervision of the border patrol supervisor at this port of entry. Any suggestion otherwise is a flat out lie and an obvious attempt by someone to attack the Mayor because of his advocacy for families being ripped apart at the border by the Trump Administration,” Phillips said.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection could not immediately be reached for comment.
De Blasio has been a staunch critic of Trump and his immigration policies. He vowed to protect all illegal immigrants in New York City when Trump was elected president in 2016.
De Blasio was visiting the U.S.-Mexico border with about 20 other mayors from across the nation when the alleged incident occurred.

Nothing will happen
 

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De Blasio’s spokesman, Eric Phillips, said in a statement to Fox News the mayor and his security detail had received direct approval to cross “at this port of entry,” despite what the letter described.
"The Mayor crossed the border with the direct approval and under the supervision of the border patrol supervisor at this port of entry. Any suggestion otherwise is a flat out lie and an obvious attempt by someone to attack the Mayor because of his advocacy for families being ripped apart at the border by the Trump Administration,” Phillips said.

You know they are lying when accusing border patrol of lying. Why would a border patrol agent make that up and put it in print no less. Bill thinks he can do anything, the entitled prick. What reason would he have to be down there any way? The money these asshats waste for stupid shit like that is amazing
 

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What reason would he have to be down there any way?
Well, the answer is of course obvious. This is his thing. He globetrots all over on the taxpayers dime to show himself as a champion of progressive causes, all posturing for his inevatable 2020 run (though it will be fun seeing him and Cuomo rip each other apart in the primaries)
 

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You know they are lying when accusing border patrol of lying. Why would a border patrol agent make that up and put it in print no less. Bill thinks he can do anything, the entitled prick. What reason would he have to be down there any way? The money these asshats waste for stupid shit like that is amazing
Didint that worthless cocksucker blow off the funeral of a murdered police officer to go to Europe and cry?
 

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NYC makes list of worst ran cities in America. Top 3. Good thing Deblasio is in Texas/Mexico looking for nazi camps.

https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Worst-Run-Cities-America-WalletHub-New-York-487659301.html

For the second year in a row, New York City ranks among the three worst-run cities in America, according to a WalletHub report. A Connecticut city also earned the dubious distinction of making the 10 worst-run list. The study created a total "Quality of Services" score based..
 
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NYC makes list of worst ran cities in America. Top 3. Good thing Deblasio is in Texas/Mexico looking for nazi camps.

https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Worst-Run-Cities-America-WalletHub-New-York-487659301.html

For the second year in a row, New York City ranks among the three worst-run cities in America, according to a WalletHub report. A Connecticut city also earned the dubious distinction of making the 10 worst-run list. The study created a total "Quality of Services" score based..
If you factor in the tax burden(s) with Fed, State and City income tax (which is cute) its prob the worst.
 

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NYC makes list of worst ran cities in America. Top 3. Good thing Deblasio is in Texas/Mexico looking for nazi camps.

https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Worst-Run-Cities-America-WalletHub-New-York-487659301.html

For the second year in a row, New York City ranks among the three worst-run cities in America, according to a WalletHub report. A Connecticut city also earned the dubious distinction of making the 10 worst-run list. The study created a total "Quality of Services" score based..
And even though CT was ran so badly that shithead Malloy even realized it enough to not seek another term, we'll just vote in an equal or worse shithead just because of the -D next to the name and to keep Fairfield county as the rest of the state's teat.
 

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Good!

Super-leftie shitheads create and coddle these professional givesmedat beggers, and they can deal with their annoying asses.

DeBlasio has increased the spending on the homeless services by over a billion dollars, and this is the thanks he gets, crazy street monkeys screeching at him at the gym and demanding MOAR FREE SHIT!!!

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An update on the gym confrontation: it worked.
https://pix11.com/2018/10/08/homeless-woman-who-confronted-mayor-at-gym-speaks-out/
Nathylin Flowers Adesegun says she organized the Friday protest with Vocal NYC, a homelessness advocacy group because she said they are fed up. At 72 years old, Adesegun is herself homeless, living in a women’s shelter in Queens after being evicted from her rent stabilized apartment back in February 2015.

Adesegun said the group wants 24,000 units from new construction in our city to be used for homeless and low income people and cornering the mayor at the gym was the only way to get his attention.

Bill de Blasio was caught on camera on Thursday brushing off Adesegun, telling her “I’m in the middle of doing my workout. I’m sorry. I can’t do this now.”

The video then shows De Blasio’s security officers stepping in front of the woman as the Democratic mayor gets up and walks away, cell phone in hand. Adesegun says it worked. She says the group received a call from city hall and was told a meeting would be arranged with the mayor.

However, when PIX11 called a city hall spokesperson to confirm those details, we were told VOCAL NYC will meet with city hall officials and not necessarily the mayor. Adesegun said they’re not interested in being strung along any further. On October 24th the group plans to protest in front of Gracie Mansion. Today, the mayor was asked about the Friday confrontation during the Columbus Day Parade along Fifth Avenue but he appeared to ignore reporters questions on the topic.
 
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Well good thing land is cheap... so building 24k apartments should be wicked easy and cheap to do...
 

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No, it didn't work. It will never work. No matter how much you give them, they'll always want more. Even if you give them exactly what they ask for, they'll always demand more.

https://nypost.com/2018/10/15/woman...-gym-not-satisfied-with-mayoral-aide-meeting/



Perfect picture of her, with her givesmedat hand out, and a sassy look one her face.


Mayor Bill de Blasio was a no-show at a City Hall meeting with a homeless woman who confronted him earlier at the Park Slope Y, so she says she’s going to stake him out again, this time at Gracie Mansion.

Nathylin Flowers Adesegun, 72, said she and other advocates plan to lead a march on the mayor’s home on Oct. 24 to demand that 30,000 apartments be set aside for the homeless.

Adesegun said she wasn’t satisfied with an hour-long meeting at City Hall with mayoral aides but not the mayor.

“It’s like he blew us off again, so we’re going to his house,” Adesegun said “… I’m 72 and living in a shelter every night, so I am going to his house to say, ‘Can I come stay with you?’[Gracie Mansion] is a nice house. ”

Adesegun confronted de Blasio as he was in the middle of a stretch exercise at the Y on Oct. 5. He brushed off her request to discuss homeless housing, saying, “I’m in the middle of doing my workout. I can’t do this now.”

Three days later, he told NY1 he would have gladly spoken to the women if she wasn’t filming – which is against the rules of the Y.

But Adesegun said she and other advocates previously tried to speak to de Blasio outside the gym off-camera and he was equally dismissive.

Jaclyn Rothenberg, a City Hall spokeswoman, said the mayor was never scheduled to attend the meeting.

“The meeting was always with City Hall and administration officials. This mayor has the most aggressive affordable housing and homeless plans in city history. We’ve helped nearly 100,000 people avoid or move out of shelter with housing assistance, and almost 10 percent of the apartments created and preserved through our plan are dedicated to homeless New Yorkers,” she said.
 
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No, it didn't work. It will never work. No matter how much you give them, they'll always want more. Even if you give them exactly what they ask for, they'll always demand more.

https://nypost.com/2018/10/15/woman...-gym-not-satisfied-with-mayoral-aide-meeting/



Perfect picture of her, with her givesmedat hand out, and a sassy look one her face.
Was 24k now she wants 30k... gonna guess with hot tubs and saunas. Does this delisional cunt have any idea where they would get the money to pay for this?

Lets see cuz it is NYC figger 70k a unit to build (not including land) well thats only 2.1 billion... mere bag of shells... then you have to factor in maintenance, heat, water, sewage and you know they want free tv and intertoobz...
 
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Oh btw he just added $4 Billion to this year budget, threw more money at the MTA and then gave discounts to de po for using the MTA...

New York City’s $89 Billion Budget Includes Discount Transit Fare Plan

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Corey Johnson, the City Council speaker, shook hands Monday on a $89.2 billion city budget that included a major concession by the mayor to provide funding for discounted subway and bus fares for some of the poorest New Yorkers.
The budget continues the sustained rise in spending that has come on Mr. de Blasio’s watch. It is $4 billion more than the previous budget, including $254 million more for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, called for by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and initially resisted by the mayor.

The budget was the first that Mr. de Blasio had to negotiate with Mr. Johnson, who was selected as the Council speaker in January on a pledge to make the city’s legislative body more independent of the mayor. The Council is expected to approve the budget on Thursday.
Mr. Johnson had pushed hard to get the mayor to agree to include funding for subsidized MetroCards, an initiative known as “Fair Fares.” The program will begin in January, with New Yorkers whose income is below the federal poverty line — about $25,000 a year for a family of four — qualifying for MetroCards at half the regular cost. It is estimated that about 800,000 people could be eligible for the subsidy, although far fewer are expected to enroll in the first year.

The mayor said that while he supported the idea, he believed that it should be paid for with a dedicated tax on high-income earners — something that would require state action. But Mr. Johnson and his colleagues persisted.
At one point last month, during a late-night negotiating session with the mayor at Gracie Mansion, the mayoral residence, people briefed on the interaction said Mr. Johnson walked out after Mr. de Blasio offered a much smaller number to finance the fare subsidy. (City Hall has disputed that account.)

But they came to an agreement on the fare proposal Wednesday during a late session at City Hall. Further budget details were still being hammered out on Monday ahead of the public handshake between Mr. de Blasio and Mr. Johnson in the City Hall rotunda.
The new budget is about 19 percent larger than Mr. de Blasio’s first, a $75 billion spending plan approved by the City Council in June 2014. A significant contributor to that growth has been the steep increase in the number of city workers, making the city’s payroll and head count, with about 300,000 workers, the highest that it has ever been.

“What have we achieved over five years now with these budgets?” Mr. de Blasio said. “It’s a strategic investment concept.” He said that city spending on the police had made New York the safest big city in the country, and that spending on early childhood education had improved public schools, which made the city more appealing to residents and businesses and supported economic growth. “I think these were very smart investments,” he added.

The budget announced includes $106 million for the Fair Fares program. That is expected to be enough to pay for the subsidy for six months, with further financing to come in future budgets.

The budget also includes $125 million to be set aside as a financial reserve, in addition to the $1 billion in reserves that Mr. de Blasio has maintained as a general reserve in previous spending plans.

Mr. Johnson had pushed a property tax relief plan that would have given a $400 rebate to many homeowners, but that proposal was left out of the budget agreement.

The budget reflects a one-time boost in city revenues from the repatriation last year of offshore hedge fund and corporate money; those movements were in response to the recent federal tax law changes and an earlier change closing a loophole relating to hedge fund managers.

While the lead-up to the budget agreement included sometimes tense wrangling between the mayor’s office and the Council, Monday’s event was jocular and full of good cheer.

When Mr. Johnson jumped the gun on the ceremonial handshake, Mr. de Blasio joked: “The protocol has been violated! Shut down the press conference!”

It also highlighted the altered dynamic between the mayor and the city’s legislative body, with the Council under Mr. Johnson embracing its
role at center stage.


The spending plan included other Council priorities, including $150 million in capital budget spending to make schools more accessible for disabled students.

The capital budget also included money to make improvements in public housing, under an agreement announced earlier on Monday between the city and federal prosecutors to fix intolerable conditions at the New York City Housing Authority.

Mr. de Blasio acknowledged that pressure from the Council persuaded him to give up on his opposition to the subsidized MetroCard.

“I believe that Speaker Johnson said the words ‘Fair Fares’ to me an unfair number of times,” the mayor said, drawing laughter. “It’s a profoundly good and moral idea. I felt that from the beginning. The challenge was always how to make it work.”

Mr. de Blasio said that the passion of Mr. Johnson and the Council mattered to him, as did their agreement that the new spending would not go to the M.T.A. — the program will be administered by the city. They also agreed, he said, that additional funding for the authority, elsewhere in the budget, would be a one-time payment and did not represent a long-term increase in city support for the transit system.

Mr. Johnson gave a speech that was almost as long as the mayor’s, while Mr. de Blasio sat beside him nodding. Later, Laurie Cumbo, the Democratic majority leader, commandeered the microphone and led dozens of Council members in a cheer for Mr. Johnson.

“Let’s give it up for Corey!” she said, before giving bouquets of flowers to Mr. Johnson, the Council Finance Committee chairman Daniel Dromm and other Council and staff members.

“And Mr. Mayor, we didn’t forget about you,” she said, handing him his bouquet last.

“I was reliving high school here,” he said, “that I wouldn’t get flowers.”
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Oh and of course fuck the people who are actually paying taxes:

"Mr. Johnson had pushed a property tax relief plan that would have given a $400 rebate to many homeowners, but that proposal was left out of the budget agreement." -
Of course it was you fucking commie